Key Stage 2 - 2014 LEVEL 6 English SATs Papers

Key Stage 2 - 2014 LEVEL 6 English SATs Papers
Official English KS2 SATs papers (Level 6) from 2014, free to download for at-home revision and practice. The Level 6 KS2 SATs were taken by very able children at the end of Year 6 until 2015 but will no longer be used from 2016.

Key stage: Year 6, KS2

From 2012 until 2015, Year 6 children who excelled in English and/or maths could be entered for higher level SATs tests called the Level 6 SATs. Under the new arrangements for SATs in 2016 and beyond, there will no longer be additional papers for highly able children; instead, the standard paper will include questions designed to challenge the top achievers. However, if your child is working at a high level, these past papers can still be used for exam practice.

This pack includes:

  • Grammar, punctuation and spelling Paper 1: extended task
  • Grammar, punctuation and spelling Paper 2: short answer questions
  • Grammar, punctuation and spelling Paper 3: spelling task
  • English Reading Booklet
  • Reading Answer Booklet

The test papers have been merged into one easy download for you.

You can also download the answers and marking scheme so you can look through your child's work and compare it with what teachers and examiners are looking for.

To understand how to use the KS2 English past papers at home most effectively, read our step-by-step guide to using KS2 English SATs past papers for at-home practice.

You can also find out more about the 'SPAG' test (Punctuation, spelling and grammar) in our parents' guide.

KS2 SATs Level 6: English and maths

Download Level 6 SATs papers from 2012 and 2013 in our L6 KS2 SATs area.

KS2 SATs

Find parents' information about KS2 SATs and KS1 SATs to help you support your child at home with practice papers, worksheets, activities and more.

To download more KS2 SATs official past papers (levels 3-5), browse through our free KS2 SATs past papers.

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